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Agroforestry systems for rainfed black soils

, : Agroforestry systems for rainfed black soils. Indian Forester 126(4): 367-375

Recent developments in agroforestry systems for rainfed black soils in India are highlighted. Natural vegetation on black soils is dominated by tropical dry deciduous and tropical thorny forests with fairly dense growth of grasses. Hence, these soils are most suited for rainfed agroforestry systems. The main concern is that the soil remains waterlogged due to poor subsoil drainage.


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